Discover Budapest’s distinctive, elegant Art Nouveau style and see the finest examples of buildings that represented the city’s newfound affluence and cosmopolitanism in the early 20th century. Enjoy a walking tour with a local historian as your guide.
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- Duration 3 hours
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Information Center to the right of the Hungarian Parliament (under the square). Budapest, Kossuth Lajos tér, 1055 HungaryOpen in Google Maps ⟶
Know before you go
- Guides for the tour are professors, doctoral students, historians, journalists, art critics, and published authors
- Some aspects of the tour are dependent on the day of the week. On weekends you cannot enter the Hungarian National Bank, which has some very fine examples of Zsolnay porcelain. The Orthodox Synagogue with its exquisite Art Nouveau interior is closed on Saturdays
- In these cases, the tour can be adapted to your particular interests or extended to include some of the other Art Nouveau jewels of Budapest, such as the Gellért Bath Hotel, the Museum of Applied Arts, and the Geology Museum
- Additional costs may be incurred if one or both of these sites are open on the day of your tour:
- House of Hungarian Art Nouveau: 1000 HUF per person (approximately $3.50)
- Orthodox Synagogue on Kazinczy street: 2000 HUF per person (approximately $7.00)